Save Money With Best Buy And ENERGY STAR

Disclosure: I am a Best Buy WOLF Blogger. I been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.

Saving money is one thing I always try to do so I regularly check our bills to figure out what we can do to keep our costs down. The average home’s annual energy bill is $2,200 and ours can sometimes go over that. It’s a good thing there are energy-efficient products that can save us money.


Since October is Energy Awareness Month, I think now is a great time to upgrade to new energy-efficient appliances, television or computer to save money on our bills.

And Best Buy has more than 2,300 unique ENERGY STAR® certified products available in Best Buy stores and online at! There you’ll find refrigerators, washers, dryers, dishwashers, air conditioners, television sets, DVD players, laptops, computer monitors, printers and telephones. They even have a Savings Calculator so you can see exact numbers! Make sure to check that out!

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About ENERGY STAR®: It’s a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.

And here’s more! Beyond savings from simply having energy efficient products, local utility companies provide additional ENERGY STAR Rebates that can save you up to $300! To find rebates available in your area, check out the Best Buy online rebate finder! Simply enter your zip code and check the items you’re interested in getting. Then it will show you the available rebates for your local area.

With so many items needing energy in our homes, choosing energy-efficient appliances and products will greatly help make your home greener while helping you save money. Even doing something as simple as doing some home improvements such as getting your roof fixed, this can also help you save money when it comes to the heating bill, as you’re house will be kept warm and comfortable. Remember that a roofing company is there for reasons like this, so if you are conscious about being energy efficient within the home, this may be the first step in making a positive change in your lifestyle and your home too. Homes aren’t the only places where people are looking to save money, those who have started a business and own commercial property may also be interested in finding a great deal on their energy prices. If you are interested in finding out where you could find the best utility prices for your business, you might want to have a look around at the comparison sites online to find the best prices for you and your business. Having a handle of your utilities could help your businesses’ finances in the long run and help you to save money.

Disclosure: I am a Best Buy WOLF Blogger. I been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.


Save Money With Best Buy And ENERGY STAR — 16 Comments

  1. What a coincidence!! My washing machine literally just stopped working so I am looking for a new one. Thanks for this review, I really like the Energy Star appliances!!

  2. I bought a refrigerator and that is the one thing I looked for is the energy star. I won’t buy another appliance unless it has the energy star seal.

  3. I need a new energy star refrigerator because mine is too old. I am saving up and getting a new one next year. Best buy does have very good deals on appliances and I can get free delivery.

  4. I just bought a new GE refrigerator with Energy Star rating and I hope it saves me lots of money — my old one was a guzzler

  5. One income family – anywhere that I can cut costs – I’m in. Will have to check Best Buy online rebate finder to see if such savings exist in Canada. Ceramic Stove Top cracked again, time to reinvest in a new appliance…thanks for the review. On my to do list today.

  6. I haven’t purchased a large appliance in a very long time. I do agree that it is best to go with Best buy and Energy Star. However , the prices are too steep for my budget. It is, however something to save toward.

  7. Every little bit helps, like more energy efficient appliances, to save energy and our planet. But the biggest single thing anyone can do for their health, animal welfare and save our planet is to eat a plant-based diet, and if you must eat meat (which isn’t necessary) eat local, organic, pastured stuff.

  8. My fridge is getting old & making new sounds. Would look into one that saves energy & saves me money – of course!

  9. Yup, definitely look for Energy Star logo when buying appliances. Saved me tons over the years.

  10. I didn’t know that October is Energy Awareness Month. Having a dad who was a volunteer then paid fireman, meant that October was Fire Awareness Month and to check the batteries then. The schools had mandatory fire drills and brought a trailer van to demonstrate what a fire would be like. I look the EnergyStar when buying appliances and know that it reduces the consumption of energy having efficient EnergyStar Equipment.

  11. Energy products perfect for time of crisis like this 🙂 saves time and money 🙂

  12. I think it’s a great idea to use Energy Star appliances whenever possible. By making the switch you can save money and get rebates, not bad. Thank you for sharing this great post.

  13. Thank you for sharing this article with us! This is definitely something to look for when purchasing a new appliance.

  14. I always try to buy energy star appliances. I need to save money whenever possible. I do love shopping at Best Buy also. I did not know about the many rebates that are offered out there. Thank you for sharing